Category: Press

News Feature in ‘All my Friends are Models’

Brana Dane is a model, TV presenter, activist and influencer, with a strong presence in the fashion and creative industries. A multi-talented creator, Brana believes that modeling is another art form in which to express herself creatively. And that mindset has led her from success to success – read on to learn more about her daily life, and the top tips she’d pass on to new models.

Glamour Bulgaria Cover with Brana Dane

Brana Dane’s first solo cover for Glamour Magazine was released this September. The cover and editorial, “Fall’s Fashion Story” explores themes of autumn, color and change. The article and interview can be read in the original Bulgarian online in Glamour. The English translation is as follows for your reading convenience: Brana Dane (born June 30, 1996) …

Brana Dane at NYFW posted in Vogue Brasil

Brana Dane in Vogue Brasil

See Brana and her brainchild, the 2019 NYFW rally, posted in Vogue Brasil.

Brana Dane in WWD for Dennis Basso

See Brana walking for Dennis Basso in WWD (Women’s Wear Daily) and CFDA Runway360.

Brana Dane Harper’s Bazaar Bohn JSell runway

Brana Dane in Harper’s Bazaar for Bohn JSell

See Brana walking for designer Bohn JSell in Harper’s Bazaar España.

Wiki Page

Read about Brana’s career on the Wiki page that was found online.

Elucid Magazine Fashion Feature

Elucid  Magazine discusses Brana’s rising star and various achievements over the last few years.

Transcript of Brana’s “Better World” Podcast Interview

What’s one thing that most people don’t know about, but should?
Brana: A lot of people don’t know that over 70% of textiles produced end up burnt or in landfills. There’s this idea that items are getting donated or recycled, but the numbers don’t lie. Another major issue is food waste. The resources involved in food production are immense and 40% of the food produced is wasted before it even reaches us. This is incredibly inefficient.

Brana Dane Seen in Vogue for “White Noise”

Brana Dane was seen in Vogue posing for designer Taku Yhim. He was featured in the article as one of a few a new designers spotlighted as having the most potential.

Quoted as an Expert by Zero Waste Lifestyle System

And I must agree with Brana Dane that the government can be slowpokes. The model says, “Government can be slow-moving and the limitation is that it can be too slow to react to a constantly changing landscape of new technology and new products. It takes a while to get environmental emergencies the proper attention. Getting a law passed is a process as well.” And these claims are undeniable. You can knock on their doors and they’ll only give you ‘assurance’ of their support yet weeks had passed and still nothing.